Commissioner /

Matteo Aiello

He began his musical studies at the “B. Marcello” Conservatory in Venice, continuing them in Trieste with Maestro L. Baldini, a pupil of Carlo Zecchi.
Graduated in piano and subsequently in harpsichord with full marks and honors at the Conservatory of Castelfranco Veneto under the guidance of Lia Levi Minzi, he established himself in various piano competitions, winning among other things the 1st absolute prize at the “M.Clementi "In Florence, 1st prize at the 16th national competition in La Spezia, 1st prize at the 4th chamber music competition in Acqui Terme (Al), a distinction of merit at the fourth" F. Liszt "exhibition in Livorno , a special prize of the jury at the IV national competition "City of Villar Perosa", performing in the final award concert with the orchestra "Camerata Ducale" of Villar Perosa (To).
He recorded in Trieste for RAI in the television program "Piccola Ribalta", reserved for the winners of competitions, and also took part in 1981, selected among the best students of the conservatories of the Veneto, in the realization of the complete cycle of Beethoven's sonatas at the " Gran Teatro La Fenice ”in Venice.
In 1984 he attended a piano technique seminar held by Maestro V. Vitale, in 86 and 87 he attended the Hochschule für Musik of the Mozarteum in Salzburg, specializing with H. Graf and T. Nikolajeva, as a soloist, and with J.Fournier for chamber music, performing regularly in the "Akademie Konzerte" of the prestigious Austrian institute. In 1988, at the end of a three-year study with Aldo Ciccolini, at the "L. Perosi" Academy of Music in Biella, he obtained the "International Academic Diploma", distinguishing himself with the unanimous opinion of "excellence" expressed by a jury chaired by the musicologist P. Rattalino.
He has played as a soloist and with orchestra in major Italian cities (Rome, Milan, Turin, Bologna, Ferrara, Trento, Udine, Venice) and for important associations such as Agimus, Youth Music, Friends of Music, Hungarian Academy, Axel Munthe Foundation of Anacapri.
In 1994 he made his debut in Paris with a recital at the Church of Saint-Merri; in 1996 he toured Hungary with recitals in Budapest for the Italian Cultural Institute and in Esztergom for the Higher Institute of Catholic Magisterium, performing, for the first time in that city, Ildebrando Pizzetti's Piano Sonata. He has also collaborated in the creation of some CDs by contemporary musicians such as Mirco De Stefani and Roberto Micconi for the Rivo Alto record label and the Lions Club of Venice on poetic texts by Andrea Zanzotto and Mario Stefani.